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by GenCept | November 10, 2010

Like any reasonably creative and curious human, Scott cant't resist a dirty rear car window. We suspect that Scott started off with clever sayings, like, "wash me." Probably his first image was the ubiquitous smiley face. Unlike most folks however, Scott lives on a mile and a half of dirty road - caliche, as the locals call it, road-base: a blend of limestone dust and gravel and clay. Driving over this surface results in a fine, white dust that billows up behind any vehicle driven faster that a galloping turtle, coating the rear window. Being an experienced artist (and let's face it, a little...diffrent), it wast's long before Scott was experimenting with techniques to achieve the amazingly detailed and shaded drawings.





Mona Lisa - Starry Night: Peak

This image featuring Leonardo’s “Mona Lisa” with Vincent Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” is shown at its peak. These images drawn in the dust are obviously quite impermanent. One of the cool things about them is how they change over time. More dust accumulates as the car is driven down the road. Early morning dew streaks and dots the image, creating a patina. A light shower creates a deeper patina...



Impermanent Albert

Saw Uncle Albert on the cover of a magazine and thought he might appreciate the relativity of dirty car art...



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Why the hell not? Kinky’s our man for Texas Governor. Let’s get Kinky in Austin!



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